Microscopio invertito per ricerca
|Optical System||CFI60 Infinity Optical System|
|Observation||Bright Field, Apodized Phase Contrast, Phase Contrast, Nikon Advanced Modulation Contrast, DIC, Emboss Contrast, Spindle Observation||Bright Field, Apodized Phase Contrast, Phase Contrast, Nikon Advanced Modulation Contrast, DIC, Emboss Contrast, Epi-Fluorescence, Spindle Observation|
|High luminescent white LED illuminator (Eco-illumination), Built-in Fly eye lens|
|—||LED illuminator, built-in Fly eye lens,
can be configured with up to 4 different fluorescence LED units; available wavelengths:385, 455, 470, 505, 525, 560, 590, 625 nm
|Eyepiece(F.O.V.)||10x (22), 12.5x (16), 15x (14.5)|
|Camera Port (Eyepiece：Port）||
|Focusing||Via nosepiece up/down movement, Stroke (manual): Up 8 mm, down 3 mm
Coarse stroke: 5.0 mm per rotation, Fine stroke: 0.1 mm per rotation, Coarse motion torque adjustable, Refocusing mechanism mounted
|Nosepiece||Sextuple nosepiece, With DIC prism slots|
|Condenser||Condenser turret, mount up to 7 modules: Phase Contrast, DIC, NAMC, IMSI, Emboss Contrast, Spindle Observation and ND for Bright Field
Use with any one of ELWD condenser lens, LWD condenser lens and NAMC condenser lens
|Epi Fluorescence attachment||—||Epi-fluorescence filter turret (with main body)
Filter cubes with noise terminator mechanism
Configure with up to 4 Epi-fluorescence filter cubes, one position is used during bright-field observation
Attachable Contrast Shield (optional; LWD,ELWD)
|Dimensions||286 (W) ×495 (D) ×542 (H) mm||286 (W) ×495 (D) ×542 (H) mm|
|Rated Voltage/Electric Current||100V-240V, Less than 0.65A|
|Power Consumption (nominal value)||30W|
*1 APC (Apodized Phase Contrast) is a type of phase contrast observation with reduced halo, thanks to Nikon’s unique lens coating.
*2 NAMC (Nikon Advanced Modulation Contrast) is Nikon’s unique modulation contrast observation method which provides stereoscopic images similar to DIC observation, even with samples on plastic dishes.
* 3Emboss contrast is Nikon’s unique contrast observation method. It provides pseudo-three-dimensional images using focal illumination, which gives high contrast to samples.